Netflix Is Dumping Ten TV Shows On October 31

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Earlier in the month, Netflix removed several movies and TV shows from the Australian version of its service. Unfortunately, it isn't done deleting stuff yet. Here are ten more shows that will be disappearing on the very last day of the month.

The bad news is that all of these TV series will be leaving the service at the end of October - possibly to never return. The not-so-bad news is that none of them are what we would call 'classic television' - or even particularly good.

The best of the bunch is probably the highly uneven UK sitcom Life's Too Short. Still, if you're determined to watch everything Netflix puts out, you only have a couple of weeks left to binge on this lot.

Here are the ten shows that will be disappearing on October 31:

Victoria: The early life of Queen Victoria, from her ascension to the throne at the tender age of 18 to her courtship and marriage to Prince Albert.

Bad Trips Abroad: Bad Trips Abroad profiles travelers who have experienced misfortune, and shares their experiences first-hand. We'll show what happens when the trip of a lifetime turns into a nightmare, and what it takes to land on your feet.

Big Dreams, Small Spaces: Horticulturalist Monty Don works with amateur gardeners to help them create the garden of their dreams.

Charlie Knows Best: Real estate mogul Todd Chrisley tries to keep up with his over-the-top family while finding time to show off his southern-fried style.

Garfunkel and Oates: Garfunkel and Oates put on a surprise-filled show in Seattle in hopes of raising enough money to make their own comedy special.

How Safe Is Your House?: The How Safe Is Your House? team hunt down the bad guys whose shoddy work leaves households in a lethal condition.

Life's Too Short: This comedy series centers on the life and struggles of Warwick Davis, an accomplished dwarf actor who plays a fictional version of himself.

Mary Portas: Secret Shopper: Retail consultant Mary Portas collaborates with Britain's most complained-about stores to help them better serve fed-up customers.

Miami SWAT: In one of the toughest areas in America, Miami-Dade's Special Response Team uses deadly force to weed out dealers and gangsters on their home turf.

Taratabong: The World of the Meloditties: Communicating through sound and rhythm, the Meloditties create a new melody in every episode, introducing preschoolers to the magical world of music.

On the plus side, Netflix is replacing the above with a slew of superior offerings this month and next. Here's the full list.

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    The not-so-bad news is that none of them are what we would call 'classic television' - or even particularly good.

    Um - Garfunkel and Oates is both delightful and very funny. It got a 73 on Metacritic which is pretty decent I think you'll agree

    https://www.metacritic.com/tv/garfunkel-oates

    With the exception of Victoria, I had no idea any of these shows were even on Netflix. How did I miss Life's Too Short?

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